HMRC is writing to selected employers to ask them to review their Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) claims. The letters are causing confusion and alarm among recipients however as they don’t specify what’s wrong with the claim or even which month’s claim is... read more
Updated guidance published by the government provides advice to landlords and tenants on the provisions in the Coronavirus Act 2020. It also offers further advice for landlords, tenants and local authorities about their rights and responsibilities during the COVID-19... read more
The Government has closed a loophole which allowed employers to make furloughed staff redundant on reduced pay under the furlough scheme. The new law kicked in on 31 July 2020 to ensure furloughed workers who are made redundant receive redundancy pay based on their... read more
The Government is taking further measures to stem the recent rise in the number of coronavirus cases, which does not look like a gradual move upwards but a more obvious spike. The rate of positive tests has increased amongst younger people and appears consistent... read more
The Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) has helped to deliver a project which is providing £500m to the UK’s film and TV industries adversely affected by COVID-19. The new ‘Film and TV Production Restart Scheme’, set up with the help of modelling and actuarial... read more
There’s good news for teenagers up and down the country as the first group of young people are now eligible to claim their Child Trust Fund. Children born from September 2002 were given vouchers by the Government in a bid to encourage parents to save for their kids’... read more
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